This is a highly specific scenario for which I haven't been able to find a concrete answer.
When you write the contraction 'Tis (It is), should the apostrophe be an opening or closing apostrophe?
A lot of typefaces have a mirroring design for apostrophes where the opening one curls one one way and the closing one curls the other way.
If you just start a sentence in a text, it doesn't seem to matter as long as you are consistent about it, but then you have lines of dialogues.
So if you start a line of dialogue with the contraction 'Tis, you have an apostrophe right after quotation marks: "'Tis the season..."
So there are two scenarios: in a line of dialogue and in a regular sentence. And there are two apostrophes: the opening and closing one.
Which should be used where in these circumstances?